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... is great with colorfull corals and lots of little sea creatures, so Sabang was a perfect start for me. Today Friday is my last day in Sabang, I arranged a boat for tomorrow morning to bring me to Abra de Ilog from where I start cycling to Mamburao at Mindoros West coast. Let's hope the boat Shows up at 8:00 and the wheater & sea is ...
... from eating 3 curries in 24 hrs!!) and f****** dogs barking all night, so a bit grouchy!! Last night we relaxed, played cards, Linda packed, so that means my bag is like 3 times heavier than hers which doesn't really matter anyway as i always end up carrying hers anyway!! So yeah, the last cold shower here at 5am, got down to the beach for our pick up, and, suprise suprise, can you beleive there are ...
... of the veg curry rut and had a
tasty pizza, as did Tom. We then had a wander through Sabang centre
to check out the “interesting” night life, mainly old, fat
western men with their tiny, disturbingly young Filipino
“girlfriends”, plus a few curtained off discos, massage shops,
and karaoke bars crammed with teenagers. Not overly tempted by any of
the options on offer we headed back and watched a film.
... milkfish de-boned, and the fish mixed with pork, raisins, carrots, onion, garlic and egg, and then stuffed back in the fish)...so good. Fireworks on New Year's Eve is nothing new for an American, but the sheer volume and noise of the firecrackers, echoing in the narrow, smoke-filled alleys was definitely an experience. None of us lost a hand, or were hit by stray celebratory bullets, and so the new year truly is a happy one. It's my year...the Year of the Rabbit.
... a 10% cut of the total amount of an approved project, it's safe to say that the most expensive projects on bid get approved by him rather quickly. And the mayor has final say in what gets approved and what doesn't, so it's a no brainer that the rubber stamp gets put on whatever costs the most. In any western country this would be considered to be highly corrupt, but this is simply the way it works here. Anyone who has paid casual attention to news ...